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Readily available to assist children and their families with the care and support that they need. Our passionate and caring therapists and nurses strive for each child to accomplish independence and reach milestones one day at a time.

Dysarthria and How Speech Therapy Helps

Dysarthria happens when there is damage to the brain, which causes weakness of muscles in the face, lips, tongue, chest, or throat, making it hard for the child to speak.

Why Your Child with ASD Should Get Therapy Early

Individuals who are born with Autism Spectrum Disorder usually have trouble interacting and communicating with others. Their interests play skills, and activities may not be as broad as others.

Cerebral Palsy in Children – What Parents Should Know

Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects the muscle tone, movement, and motor skills of your children. It impedes the body from moving in a coordinated and purposeful way. This condition can also affect other body functions associated with motor skills and muscles, such as continence, breathing, talking, and eating, among others.

Do You Think Your Child Has a Developmental Delay?

Developmental delays happen when your child is not able to reach their developmental milestones at their expected times. Delays can occur in many areas, such as gross or fine motor skills, language, cognition, or social skills. Children with developmental delays may need a multi-faceted team that can deliver physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to improve their quality of life.

How Your Child Can Cope During the Pandemic

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to plague our nation, adjusting to a new routine of staying at home may be stressful for everyone, especially for your child with developmental disabilities.

FAQ: Helping Kids with Special Needs During the Quarantine

Being a provider of pediatric home health in Houston, Texas, many parents have asked us about how they can care for children while in quarantine. With this, we’ve provided the most frequently asked questions so that we can better inform more parents about how they can ease the anxieties of their children and keep them safe during the quarantine.

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month

According to the National Aphasia Association, 2 million people in the United States have aphasia, but many have never heard about the word. And that is why as providers of Private Duty Nursing in Texas, we would like to tackle this topic today to help spread awareness about the said condition.

National Safety Month: A Salute to Health Workers During the Pandemic

The country observes National Safety Month yearly every month of June to focus on the safety of every individual in their workplaces, and prevent hazards, accidents, and unintentional deaths at work.

Cleft and Craniofacial Awareness

Each year, cleft palate or craniofacial defects impact thousands of infants, children, and teens in the United States. While some are born with congenital anomalies such as cleft lip and palate, others are injured in accidents, burned, or diagnosed with a different head, neck, skin, and oral diseases.